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February 28, 2022 News BlogsOral Health

An Idiot’s Guide to Occlusion

by Dr. Nate Lawson, Dr. Augusto Robles, Dr. Celin Arce

Dawson has 5 requirements for occlusal stability. The first is that there are stable contacts on all teeth of equal intensity in centric relation. So what is centric relation.  It is relationship of the mandible to the maxilla when the

July 8, 2011 News Occlusion

Neuromuscular Dentistry

by ken

I know very little about occlusion, in fact, it serves my purposes to reduce the occlusion completely for accuracy in reference points. Came across this while on a trend/topic/blog scavenger hunt…..for comment. It was the blog on neuromuscular orthotics that

July 6, 2011 News ImplantologyOcclusion

So you think implants are the sine qua non of rehabilitation do ya?

by ken

Take a gander at this ‘un….. Adaptability of mastication in people with implant-supported bridges Grigoriadis A, Johansson RS, Trulsson M. Adaptability of mastication in people with implant-supported bridges. J Clin Periodontol 2011; 38: 395-404. Abstract Objectives: We aimed to determine whether people

May 20, 2011 News OcclusionOrthodontics

Orthodontics and Occlusion

by ken

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May 14, 2011 News Dental HygieneOrthodontics

Orthodontic therapy options – how hygienists can provide support for the movement

by ken

From RDH and Dentistry IQ by Ann-Marie C. DePalma, CDA, RDH, MEd, FAADH As defined by Wilkins, orthodontics is the area of dentistry concerned with the diagnosis, supervision, guidance, and treatment of the growing and mature dentofacial structures – including